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Thanksgiving weekend travelers report few snarls

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Whether by plane, train, or bus, Thanksgiving weekend travelers returned to Greater Boston from destinations across the country and around the world today—in most cases, smoothly.

There were minor delays at South Station, where the 1:13 p.m. Acela Express arrived 65 minutes late and the 2:15 was 25 minutes behind schedule. Passengers said they took the minor inconvenience in stride.

“I’m used to it with Amtrak, because I’m from Connecticut,” said Somerville resident Devon Butler, 24, who spent the holiday with family in New London. “We were told it was an engine malfunction, but it turned out it was just a door jammed in New Haven.”

Travelers arriving at Logan International Airport reported trouble-free trips, even as one of the year’s biggest travel periods winds down.

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